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Dr Narender Saini - What is urine culture?
 
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The video will explain about urine culture by Dr. Narender Saini, MBBS, MD, Internal /General Medicine. Urine culture is an important tool in any infections specially women and children. The urine culture has to be taken before taking antibiotics. Patient should be informed that before collecting urine for urine culture, the private parts are to washed properly. Dr. Saini further states that the mid-stream urine has to be collected. The urine has to be collected in the sterile culture bottle. Also, there is no need to fill the whole bottle, only two-third bottle is enough. For the urine culture, only 2-3 drops are required. The urine sample should be reached to the laboratory as soon as possible.
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Dr Sameer - What is Diastolic Dysfunction?
 
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Dr. Sameer Srivastav, Director-Non Invasive Cardiology, Fortis – ESCORTS, in this video will talk on diastolic dysfunction. He will explain that in diastolic dysfunction, due to failing of heart which cannot contract or push out blood adequately when it is contracting. The heart expands with stiffness or reservations in this abnormality. The stiffness of heart causes the problem of filling of blood. Dr. Sameer tells and explains the parameters of diastolic dysfunction. He will talk that when a person complains of shortness of breath, then how to rule out lungs problems or coronary artery disease. Diastolic dysfunction can be only be detected through echocardiography. Also, invasive techniques are available to calculate diastolic dysfunction.
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Dr Chitra Selvan - What is the connection between women & diabetes?
 
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In this video, Dr. Chitra Selvan, Endocrinologist, Bangalore will discuss about the connection between women & diabetes. Women with diabetes needs aggressive treatment as men do. Women with diabetes also carries a risk for heart disease. She will also talk about high sugar levels during pregnancy and the risk associated with it. She will also talk about the baby born from a diabetic mother has a higher chance of developing diabetes in future life.
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Dr Roop Sidana - What are the new treatment modalities in depression?
 
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In this video, Dr. Roop Sidana, Consultant Psychiatrist, Sri Ganganagar Hospital, Rajasthan, will discuss the new treatment modalities in depression. Drugs, ECT and other psychotherapy is been used for many years. In the last decade the new treatment which has been introduced are various brain stimulation techniques. Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is the most used technique in recent times. rTMS is been approved by the FDA for the treatment of depression. He will explain when these techniques are been used and in what degree of depression.
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Dr Aninda Sidana - What's new in mental health in last one year?
 
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Dr. Aninda Sidana, Assistant Professor, Psychiatry, Santosh Medical College, Ghaziabad, will talk on the new developments in mental health in last one year. There has been lot of developments happened in the field of psychiatry. She will explain that a person with mental illness can be treated and trained and can get well integrated in the society. She will further discuss that if psychological and social aspects are combined in the individual along with the medication and nutrition with proper occupational therapy then a mentally ill person can live a healthy life and can have a speedy recovery. She will also talk on the new techniques in this field.
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Dr Narender Saini - What is stool culture test?
 
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Dr. Narender Saini, MBBS, MD, Internal / General Medicine, will discuss about the stool culture test in this video. Stool culture is not done routinely, only in certain conditions such as Salmonella, Shigella, etc. Also, stool culture is done in rice-watery stool, mucus in stools or blood in stools. The stool culture is collected in a sterile container and doesn’t require full container. A small teaspoon is efficient for testing. The reports of the stool culture are available in 48 – 72 hours.
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Dr K K Aggarwal - Is there a science behind chanting the word OM?
 
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In this video, Dr. K K Aggarwal, Padma Shri Awardee, Editor-in-chief IJCP Publications, will talk on whether there is a science behind chanting the word OM. He says that OM is no more a religious word, it has a medical significance too. He will explain that in pain, the patient makes sound which are vowels A, E, I, O, U. Dr. Aggarwal will further discuss that the literature says that the chanting of the vowels produces interleukin 2 which is 200 times more potent than the painkiller aspirin. He will also discuss about nasal consonants which the patient generally use during weeping. Also, chanting OM is a physical mantra for body and spiritual relaxation.
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Dr Narender Saini - What is In Vitro & In Vivo  culture?
 
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In this video, Dr. Narender Saini, MBBS, MD, Internal / General Medicine, will talk on in-vitro & in-vivo culture. In any kind of infection, the most important drug which is sensitive to the microorganisms is given. The drug which is to be given is tested outside the body for its sensitivity and is known as in-vitro test. The drug should reach a specific concentration inside the body to kill the organisms, this is known as in-vivo test. When the laboratory gives the culture sensitivity test report which might contain 10 different antibiotics, the clinician should also use his expertise to select the one antibiotic which he feels will reach to that level of concentration for killing the microorganisms.
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What is laparoscopy in infertility? - Dr Kaberi Banerjee
 
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Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Medical Director, Advanced Fertility & Gynecology Center, New Delhi, will talk on laparoscopy in infertility in this video. Laparoscopy is an important diagnostic and therapeutic tool in infertility. It is generally done for long standing infertility woman with pelvic conditions such as fibroids, endometriosis, hydrosalpinx and also sometimes done in cases of tubal blockage. She further explains that there are three situations the couple might face: 1. The reports are normal and the couple have a good chances of conceiving with medical treatment. 2. There might be severe tubal blockage and are asked to go for IVF. 3. In women with mild to moderate problems such as PCOS, fibroids or tubes, treatment is done in the same sitting and the couple has a better chance of conception after laparoscopy.
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Dr K K Aggarwal - Is there a science behind "Mahamrityunjaya Mantra" or "Gayatri Mantra"?
 
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In this video, Dr. K K Aggarwal, Padma Shri Awardee, Editor-in-chief, IJCP Publications will talk about the science behind "Mahamrityunjaya Mantra" or "Gayatri Mantra". He will explain the science behind these mantras. In times of difficulties, we need to look out for options and think differently and your mind will give you multiple options.
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Dr K K Aggarwal - Can SGOT/SGPT level demonstrate the extent of liver damage?
 
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Dr. K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India and Group Editor in Chief MEDtalks, will discuss the SGOT/SGPT level in the extent of liver damage in this video. In SGOT or SGPT elevation, it is classified as mild to moderate elevation or a marked elevation or a massive elevation. He will also discuss the values regarding the same. In case of massive elevation, it is mostly due to drug-induced or ischemia induced. In marked elevation, it is mostly viral hepatitis or drug induced hepatitis.
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Dr Sameer - Signficane of interatrial septal aneurysm?
 
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In this video, Dr. Sameer Srivastav, Director-Non Invasive Cardiology, Fortis – ESCORTS, will talk on significance of interatrial septal aneurysm. In interatrial septal aneurysm, the echocardiography will show a septal bulge either towards the right atrium or left atrium or it might be seen in both the sides. The interatrial septal aneurysm is significant only in young stroke. In these patients of interatrial septal aneurysm, put them on anti-platelet therapy and keep them in observation.
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Dr Viveka Kumar - How long to continue with 80 mg atorvastatin after acute MI?
 
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Dr. Viveka Kumar, Senior Director - Cath Lab, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket, will discuss how long to continue with 80 mg atorvastatin after acute MI, in this video. There is enough data which has shown that if 80 mg of atorvastatin is given immediately after the diagnosis of acute coronary syndrome or acute MI, then it should be continued minimum for one year. The longer the continual, the more is the benefit and if the lipid profile is not satisfactory, then it should be continued for long.
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Dr Dr J S Pasricha - What is the treatment of vitiligo?
 
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The video will talk about the treatment of vitiligo by Dr. J S Pasricha, Retired Professor, Department of Dermatology and Venereology, AIIMS, New Delhi. He will explain the different types of treatment which is used to stimulate the pigment in the white patches but they have no effect in controlling the disease process. He will also explain about a short course of steroids to control the disease. The treatment is useful if the pigment cells are not lost and then can be regenerated.
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DR APARNA JASWAL - Can you show us all types of pacemakers?
 
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In this video, Dr. Aparna Jaswal, Cardiologist, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, will talk on different types of pacemakers. She will show two-wired and three wired pacemaker device. She will further explain how the wires goes into right atrium, right ventricle and left ventricle. The whole unit of pacemaker is implanted under the collar bone and the wires goes to the heart. She will also explain the implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) device. Pacemakers are given whenever a patient cannot maintain his heart rate corresponding to his age. They are life saving devices. Pacemakers are given to patients with either sick sinus syndrome or complete heart block. Dr. Aparna also talks when and how the pacemakers are situated depending upon the age of the patient. Also depending upon the disease process, the patient needs a pacemaker.
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What is the success rate of IUI? - Dr Kaberi Banerjee
 
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Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Medical Director, Advanced Fertility & Gynecology Center, New Delhi, will talk on the success rate of IUI in this video. The success rate of IUI usually varies from 15 – 25 % per attempt. Couples feel that IUI success rate is generally low. This is because it only hastens the natural process of fertilization which is inside the body.
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Dr K K Aggarwal - How to manage a patient with Dengue Fever?
 
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In this video, Dr. K K Aggarwal, Padma Shri Awardee, Editor-in-chief IJCP Publications, will explain how to manage a patient with dengue fever. In case of mild dengue, give 500 ml of fluids immediately and ask the patient to hydrate himself later. Dr. Aggarwal further says that check for the pulse whether it is dropped, hematocrit findings and platelets count. He will also explain when to transfuse platelet. In case of severe dengue, 1500 ml fluids immediately followed by enough fluids to pass urine every few hours. If there is rapid fall of pulse with rise in hematocrit findings, low platelet levels without any bleeding does not require platelet transfusion.
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What is the treatment of endometriosis? - Dr Kaberi Banerjee
 
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Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Medical Director, Advanced Fertility & Gynecology Center, New Delhi, will discuss the treatment of endometriosis in this video. The treatment of endometriosis depends upon the presenting symptoms in a woman. If the presenting symptoms is infertility then it should be ovulation induction, IUI, laparoscopic removal of endometriomas in the first setting followed by IVF. IVF should be done once the lady has reached 35 years of age and failure to conceive after laparoscopic treatment. Repeat laparoscopic treatment is not a good option in endometriosis.
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Dr Mahesh Verma - What everybody should know about dental fluorosis?
 
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Dr. Mahesh Verma, Padma Shri Awardee, will discuss about dental fluorosis in this video. Fluoride is been used to prevent dental caries and decay but if used in excess can lead to dental fluorosis. Fluorosis is a very common dental condition. Dr. Mahesh also talks about different intensity of dental fluorosis. The mild form has white spots whereas the severe type has a brown staining of teeth or discoloration. He will talk on the impact of excess fluoride. Teeth which are affected by dental fluorosis become weak. He will also discuss the treatment for dental fluorosis also. This condition is more seen in semi-urban or rural areas.
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Dr Sunil Dargar - What is gene xpert test for TB?
 
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Dr Sunil Dargar - What is gene xpert test for TB?
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Dr K K Aggarwal - Shruti vs Smriti in Vedas
 
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The video talks about Shruti vs Smriti in Vedas by Dr. K K Aggarwal, Padma Shri Awardee, Editor-in-chief, IJCP Publications. Shruti is the original knowledge about self and smriti is the interpretation of that. He will further explain these in Vedas. During olden times, the stories of Vedic knowledge were spread in the form of songs and stories. These stories are known as purans. There are lots of purans. In today’s world, the original articles are Shruti’s and the review articles are Smriti’s.
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Dr Radha Krishan - Surgical intervention in a case with VSD?
 
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Dr. Radha Krishnan, Paediatric Cardiologist, Fortis-ESCORTS, New Delhi, will talk on surgical intervention of ventricular septal defect (VSD). He will discuss that VVSD is little different from ASD. If the VSD is large, which is defined by clinical symptoms and echocardiography, then all VSDs should be closed before six months of age. Dr. Radha Krishnan will also discuss as to why the closure in done immediately. The closure is done to repair the irreversible pulmonary hypertension. If it is a moderate size ventricular defect then one can wait up to 1-2 years of age and the baby is growing well. If the defect doesn’t close by itself then closure of the VSD is advised. He will further talk on the follow-ups regarding VSD.
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Dr Radha Krishan - How to Differentiate PFO from ASD?
 
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In this video, Dr. Radha Krishnan, Paediatric Cardiologist, Fortis-ESCORTS, New Delhi, will explain how to differentiate patent foramen ovale (PFO) from atrial septal defect (ASD). This differentiation is generally by echocardiography. When a flap is seen overlapping each other then it is known as a PFO. When the flap separates crating a clear defect, it is called an ASD. Dr. Radha Krishnan will talk on stretch PFO which can become an atrial septal defect. And it becomes difficult to differentiate between them and needs to be detected by echocardiography. He will also discuss the differentiating features between a PFO and ASD.
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Dr Radha Krishan - When Should ASD closure be done?
 
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Dr. Radha Krishnan, Paediatric Cardiologist, Fortis-ESCORTS, New Delhi, will talk on the ASD closure and when it is done. ASD is a true defect in atrial septum. The atrial defect is closed when it causes an enlargement of the right atrium and right ventricle. He will also explain that the period for closing ASD is after 2 years of age. Sometimes ASD can cause pulmonary hypertension or the baby is symptomatic, then the closure of atrial septum defect can be done before 2 years of age.
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How common is IVF failure? - Dr Kaberi Banerjee
 
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The video talks about IVF failure and how common it is by Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Medical Director, Advanced Fertility & Gynecology Center, New Delhi. She tells that IVF failure is quite common and the success rate of IVF procedure varies between 30 – 50 %. Hence, depending on the patient profile the failure rate can be 50 – 70% in one attempt. The couple needs to be counseled about the chances of success in the beginning of the procedure.
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Dr Neena Malhotra with Dr KK Aggarwal on What should be the approach of a GP to diagnose PCOS ?
 
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What should be the approach of a GP to diagnose PCOS ?
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Dr Suma Ganesh - Is it possible to remove glasses in childhood?
 
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Dr. Suma Ganesh, Head of Paediatric Ophthalmologhy and Strabismus, Dr. Shroff's Charity Eye Hospital, New Delhi, will discuss whether it is possible to remove glasses in childhood. This is the common question asked by parents. She explains that if the child is having a minus number or is myopic then there might be chances of increase in minus number or remains stable. These children should avoid near activities. Also, regular checkups are essential to check whether the number is increased or decreased. Glasses are given for clear vision and only can be removed after the age of 18 years through Lasik surgery.
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How is the evaluation of male infertility done? - Dr Kaberi Banerjee
 
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In this video, Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Medical Director, Advanced Fertility & Gynecology Center, New Delhi talks about the evaluation for male infertility. Semen analysis is the main evaluation of the infertility tests. Semen analysis has to be done with two or three days of abstinence. If any problem is detected in the first sample then a second sample is collected and cross-checked in a separate laboratory. A detailed history with general and local physical examination is done along with hormonal profile and ultrasound.
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Is single men or women surrogacy allowed in India? - Dr Kaberi Banerjee
 
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In this video, Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Medical Director, Advanced Fertility & Gynecology Center, New Delhi, will discuss whether single men or women surrogacy is allowed in India. She confirms that single men or women surrogacy is allowed in India but only to them who has Indian citizenship. She further discusses that in surrogacy at least one parent must have their own gametes e.g. man’s sperm or woman’s egg, to have genetic relation with the child.
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Dr Minal mohit - Menopause in women with diabetes?
 
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Dr Minal mohit - Menopause in women with diabetes?
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How many times IVF can be done? - Dr Kaberi Banerjee
 
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Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Medical Director, Advanced Fertility & Gynecology Center, New Delhi, will discuss about how many times IVF can be done in this video. There is no upper limit a couple can undergo for IVF trials. The most successful trials comes within first 2 or 3 trials. If after repeated attempts, there is no success in IVF, then there is a major issue of the egg, sperm or the uterus. As the IVF procedure is very expensive and very emotionally exhausting, it is generally not recommended more than three trials in a couple.
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Dr Sunil Dargar - What is 24 hours urine albumin test?
 
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In this video, Dr. Sunil Dargar, MBBS, MD, Pathologist, New Delhi, discusses about 24 hours albumin test. With continuation with presence of protein in a 24 hour urine sample, a sensitive, rapid, easily performed test is easily available called as albumin creatinine ratio. Microalbumin is calculated per gram of creatinine which the kidney is excreting. This test is helpful in giving an early diagnostic evaluation regarding the health of the kidneys. Dr. Dargar will also talk about how the urine sample is collected. The patient is not required to undergo the accuracy of 24 hour urine sample but can give a random urine sample too. Random urine sample gives approximately the same results as 24 hour urine sample.
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Dr Ved Chaturvedi - When to start biologics Rheumatoid Arthritis?
 
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Dr Ved Chaturvedi - When to start biologics Rheumatoid Arthritis?
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Dr Vinod Kumar Singh - What management of status asthmaticus?
 
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In this video, Dr. Vinod Kumar Singh, Senior Consultant, Critical Care, Sri Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi will discuss the management of status asthmaticus. It is a life-threatening condition and it requires emergency medications. He will explain that the patient should be given supplemental oxygen which is the first step of management. Also, patients should be nebulised. He will further explain the course of treatment. Patients are kept in observation and might require a longer duration of nebuliser. If the patient does not improve with the initial management then they are shifted to ICU and kept under close monitoring.
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Dr Sarita Bajaj - What are the recommended lifestyle changes in Diabetes?
 
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In this video, Dr. Sarita Bajaj, Endocrinologist, Director and Head of Medicine, Motilal Nehru College, Allahabad, will talk on the recommended lifestyle changes in diabetes. Lifestyle changes means modification of diet and some form of exercise. She will explain the importance of reducing calorie intake and to incorporate exercise at least five days in a week for 30 minutes per day. Exercise is very important in managing diabetes.
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Dr Radha Krishan - Intervention in a case with PDA (Patent Ductus Arteriosus)
 
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Dr. Radha Krishnan, Paediatric Cardiologist, Fortis-ESCORTS, New Delhi, discuss the intervention in a case with PDA (Patent Ductus Arteriosus). PDA is treated similarly as ventricular septal defect. He explains that if it is a large PDA which is defined by echocardiography, then is it closed soon before six months of age. Many a times it is closed within 3-4 months of age. If it is of moderate size then till one year of age the closure is done. If it is a small defect, till 2-3 years of age the closure is done. Dr. Radha Krishnan will talk about the difference between PDA and VSD.
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Dr Suman Kirti - Can glycaemic control minimise the risk of diabetic nephropathy?
 
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Dr. Suman Kriti, Endocrinologist, Holy Family Hospital, New Delhi talks about whether glycemic control can minimize the risk of diabetic nephropathy. Dr. Suman confirms that glycemic control can minimize the risk of diabetic nephropathy. The DCCT trial which is the largest trial for type 1 diabetes and UKPDS trial for type 2 diabetes have shown significant reductions of nephropathy by 33 % with decrease in HbA1c levels too. Reduction of HbA1c by 0.9 % can decrease nephropathy by 30%. Reduction of HbA1c levels by 2 % can cause 60% reduction of developing nephropathy. Hence, there is a huge advantage of glycemic control on diabetic nephropathy.
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Dr Ashutosh Ojha - What are common community diseases and how can they be identified?
 
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Dr. Ashutosh Ojha, National Premiere Medical College, Forensic Medicine, Pune will talk about the common community diseases and their identification in this video. In extremes of age, patients present with burning micturition which is very common and mostly ignored. Urine examination is done and after treatment thorough investigation is needed if it recurs. Secondary urinary tract infections should be properly investigated and treated.
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Dr Viveka Kumar - When to give low molecular weight heparin in acute MI?
 
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Dr. Viveka Kumar, Senior Director - Cath Lab, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket, will explain when to give low molecular weight heparin in acute MI, in this video. The acute MI is a pro-thrombotic condition who are on medical management. He will explain the conditions where the low molecular weight heparin can be given. Those who have high blood sugar, high risk patients, etc. are given low molecular weight heparin dose for 2-3 days. Also for those patients who have come out of the window period, have acute coronary syndrome and acute MI and cannot undergo primary PCI, shows good outcome with low molecular weight heparin dose.
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DR APARNA JASWAL - How a physician can check a pacemaker?
 
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In this video, Dr. Aparna Jaswal, Cardiologist, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute will discuss about how a physician can check a pacemaker. A physician can check the working of a pacemaker by taking a 12 lead ECG. In a patient with pacemaker, the ECG will show spikes preceding the QRS or preceding the P wave. This is the simplest form of test to check the pacemaker. The physician can also check the battery life of the pacemaker by placing a magnet on the top of the device. She will also explain about the magnet rate and how to check using it.
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Dr Chittranjan Kar - How are acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease different?
 
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Dr. Chittranjan Kar, Professor of Nephrology, Cuttack, will talk on acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease in this video. He will explain that they both are two different syndromes of kidney diseases. Acute kidney injury is reversible and chronic kidney disease is irreversible and progressive disease. He will further elaborate on these diseases.
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Dr Manisha Agrawal - WHAT IS ENDOPHTHALMITIS?
 
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Dr. Manisha Agarwal, Vitreo-retina surgeon, Dr. Shroff's Charity Hospital, New Delhi, explains about endophthalmitis in this video. Once the patient undergoes cataract surgery, a lot of patients come with the complaint of improper vision, lot of pain and redness in the eyes which generally persists from the cataract surgery done. Dr. Manisha will tell us that the patient is prone to develop infection after undergoing any kind of surgery even if it is a small surgery. If such symptoms are present after cataract surgery, then it could be endopthalmitis which is the infection in front of the retina. This condition needs urgent treatment with intra-vitreal antibiotic injections.
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Dr Bejon Misra - Why is violence on doctors increasing in India?
 
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Prof. Bejon Misra, Founder-Director, PSM India Initiative, will talk about the violence faced by Indian doctors. He says, that in our country the law enforcement is very poor. The doctors are overburdened as the doctor-patient ratio is the lowest. There should be strict action taken against patients who take law in their hand against doctors or hospitals. The culprits get away without punishment and they continue committing these kinds of crimes on medical doctors. Patients get angry when doctors are not able to spend extra time with the patients and explain them in a proper way. So the time which the doctor spends with the patient should also be improved. A paramedical force should also be created who can help doctors in providing counseling to the patient.
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What is the success rate of first IVF attempt? - Dr Kaberi Banerjee
 
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In this video, Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Medical Director, Advanced Fertility & Gynecology Center, New Delhi, will discuss the success rate of first IVF attempt. The success rate of first IVF attempt is very variable ranging from 30 – 60 %.
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Dr Radha Krishan -When to correct TOF?
 
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Dr. Radha Krishnan, Paediatric Cardiologist, Fortis-ESCORTS, New Delhi, will talk on Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) and when to correct it. He informs that all TOFs have to be corrected. It generally depends on the oxygen levels at the time of presentation of the patient. If the oxygen levels are very low at the time of birth, then a palliative form of surgery known as Blalock–Taussig shunt or the BT shunt. He also tells us that it is generally corrected beyond six months of age.
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Dr Muruganathan - What is the Biggest disease burden in india?
 
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Dr. Muruganathan, MD, FRCP, FACP, FPCP, FICP, Internist, Tripur, will talk about the biggest disease burden in India. In India, the biggest burden is non-communicable diseases. One of the most important non-communicable disease is hypertension. More than 10 core of people are hypertensive. Dr. Muruganathan will also discuss how each physician has a role in preventing this disease burden. Hypertension also economically affects the country due to its complications. Hence, awareness and focus on preventing the disease process should be the main goal of treating physician and also the patient. He will tell us the different ways and also few tips of controlling hypertension.
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Dr K K Aggarwal - Can doctors be charged under Section 269/270 of the Indian Penal Code?
 
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In this video, Dr. K K Aggarwal, Padma Shri Awardee, Editor-in-chief IJCP Publications, will talk about whether doctors are charged under Section 269/270 of the Indian Penal Code. The 269 section explains the simple negligent act of doctors which can spread infections dangerous to life can be punished with imprisonment of 6 months or fine or both. Dr. Aggarwal further describes how a doctor’s act be negligent. Also, section 270 explains any malignant act which anyone knows to spread infections dangerous to life can be punished with imprisonment or 2 years or fine or both.
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Dr Ved Chaturvedi - What Is Rheumatoid Arthritis?
 
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Dr Ved Chaturvedi - What Is Rheumatoid Arthritis?
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Dr Viveka Kumar - When to give tenecteplase in acute MI?
 
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This video will discuss about the tenecteplase in acute MI, by Dr. Viveka Kumar, Senior Director - Cath Lab, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket. The moment when the diagnosis of acute MI is made and the patient has pain more than 15 – 20 minutes and ECG has elevation of ST leads, then thrombolyse the patient within first 12 hours and after 2 – 3 hours, angiography can be done. He will also explain what to do if the revascularization is not satisfactory by thrombolysis and which fibrin specific therapy is needed in acute MI patients.
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